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The Lady Musketeer (2004)
"La Femme Musketeer" (original title)

TV Movie  -   -  Action | Adventure  -  4 March 2006 (Hungary)
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Michael York also played D'Artagnan in The Three Musketeers (1973) and The Four Musketeers: Milady's Revenge (1974) See more »

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At several points in the film, percussion firearms are seen. The film is set in 1660. Percussion firearms did not appear until the nineteenth century. See more »

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Follows The Return of the Musketeers (1989) See more »

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Not for Classic Musketeer Fans
7 March 2005 | by (New Jersey) – See all my reviews

The reason I gave this awful film a 4 instead of a 1 is the wonderful cinematography. This film is beautifully captured in its brilliant colors and wonderful landscapes. Unfortunately, the main character in this is practically unwatchable. The first time you notice that something is wrong is when we get our first closeup of our heroine. For living out in Gascony, France in the late 1600s, why is Valentine wear heavy eye-shadow, cheek blush, and bright lip stick? She does the best she can with the dialog she's given but ohhh, such dialog. Then, in a society that is 200 years away from Women's Suffrage, she expects... DEMANDS... to be treated equally with the men without even proving herself. She even rudely bursts into the Musketeer Commander's office and demands to speak with him. He rightly should have thrown out anyone who tried that except the King. She takes it as an insult that he is not impressed with her. She doesn't try to hide her feminine side at all including having a tailor made, curve hugging Musketeer uniform. This would have worked out better if it was more a "Connecticut Yankee" type where a modern woman is sent back in time but her modern sensibilities are entirely out of place in this film. I'm not sure why a great talent like Michael York agreed to appear in this travesty but I guess a paycheck is a paycheck. If you want to watch a film where a woman takes on a man's world, try Disney's Mulan. The story and acting are much better.


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